February Issue: Love Fables, Fears, and Fullness Uncovered!

With Valentine’s Day quickly approaching, our thoughts turn towards love, relationships, and marriage. For many of us, our thoughts turn towards that special someone, and our minds create images of what that perfect evening will be. Yet, if you are single and searching, Valentine’s Day may not be the happiest Hallmark holiday. Putting off marriage…

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Disneyland Parenting Style Examined And Explained

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The Disneyland parent exclaims often in frustration. The answer is: even though your intentions may be good, the execution is flawed. When our families fail to have balance between fun and self-discipline, they fail to thrive. This imbalance ripples through and affects everyone negatively. And once again, the children suffer in the end due to…

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Remote Learning Expertise from Homeschooling Veterans


In 1981, in his book Teach Your Own, John Holt enumerated the institutions on which parents rely for their children’s education: schools, libraries, museums, etc. He added that one day parents may opt for or be forced to live without some or all of those institutions.1 Well, because of COVID-19, for at least a few months of…

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